germany – What are the “legally permitted reasons” for international travel FROM the UK?

I have a flight ticket from the UK, to Costa Rica, with a connecting flight in Germany (in March). The airline is Lufthansa.

Costa Rica is allowing international travellers in, however, the UK is currently in lockdown and has put out restrictions on leaving your home. The current rules the that UK Government has put out are not very clear:

You can only travel internationally – or within the UK – where you first have a legally permitted reason to leave home. In addition, you should consider the public health advice in the country you are visiting.

If you do need to travel overseas (and are legally permitted to do so, for example, because it is for work), even if you are returning to a place you’ve visited before, you should look at the rules in place at your destination and the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) travel advice.

Additionally, the travel info page specific to Costa Rica says:

Commercial flights are not running normally. United Airlines, Iberia, Air France and Lufthansa are operating some flights and other airlines are resuming operations on certain dates. Check with the airlines or a travel agent.


Supposing that these rules are still in place in March, can I travel to Costa Rica for tourism purposes? I cannot find a list of the “legally permitted reasons” anywhere on the GOV website.

schengen – COVID related travel requirements for train journey Austria -> Germany -> Netherlands

My wife and I are planning to travel from Austria to the Netherlands on 31st January 2021 via train. Our train journey has two layovers : Frankfurt (~ 50 minutes) and Utrecht (~ 20 minutes).

What exactly are the COVID-19 related requirements (from the German government and the Dutch government) for this train journey?

I tried looking through the official websites of the German government and the Dutch Government, but I couldn’t find clear answers. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Pertinent details:

  1. I am moving to the Netherlands to start a job at an university there.
  2. I hold an Austrian residence permit (and an approval letter for the Dutch residence permit from Dutch Immigration Service (IND))
  3. My wife holds Austrian visa D (and an approval letter for the Dutch residence permit from Dutch Immigration Service (IND))
  4. We haven’t been outside Austria for 2.5 months now.

Edit:
We are planning to get a test done (on 29th January) and we will carry the results with us.

I have some clarity now about the requirements from Netherlands. However I am not so sure about the requirements in Germany.

In particular, are there any additional requirements from Germany if we only have a stopover in Frankfurt and we have the negative test results and the onward train tickets to the Netherlands? Do we still have to fill the digital entry registration?

Travelling to Berlin Germany from India and would like to Take My Assembled PC (except monitor) with me

i will soon be travelling on dependant Visa with my wife to Berlin and i would like to take my CPU (assembled PC cabinet with Keyboard and mouse) with me. Is it possible?
What kind of problem I will be facing, this will attract any duty?

Germany inter state traveling

I need to travel to Dresden from India and there is no direct flight. So I will be traveling to Frankfurt airport and will catch a train to Dresden. Is it possible to travel to Dresden and take quarantine?

germany – How to register with the ALDI talk mobile app?

I write this answer as it might help someone in the future – this is slightly weird. My Apple account is created in the USA, so, I assumed if I changed that to Germany, it will surely work out. This turns out not to be true.

Then I used the link posted an earlier answer for the iOS German ALDI talk app. The link is here and I was not able to open it in the iPhone app store and it provides the message as the app is not available in my region or country. Mind it the iTunes account is set to Germany at the time. I don’t get this.

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Finally, I did a Google search and ended up in the page Chip.de. The page link is provided here.

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I clicked the link and it downloaded and opened the same German app provided earlier. This time I was able to install it in the iPhone and rest of the process went seamlessly.

The app has a rating of 2.5 but it works just fine. Only the process of installation is not very convenient.

air travel – Will I need to register my arrival in Germany when airside transiting through the UK?

In about one month, I will move from my current place of residence back to Germany, my country of citizenship. My flight includes a stopover at London Heathrow airport (I will change planes).

Currently, the country I live in has not been declared a high-risk area by the RKI. Thus, if I were to take a direct flight from here to Germany, I would not need to fill in the digital entry registration. The UK on the other hand – especially England, especially London – is classified as a high-risk area. The landing page of the web form states:

You are not required to complete digital registration on entry if one of the following applies:

  • you only passed through a risk area without a stopover,

As the potentially legally more important German version uses a word (Zwischenaufenthalt) that I might consider closer to (overnight) layover rather than stopover, it’s leading me to assume it may not be required to fill in this form as I am only transiting for a couple of hours. On the other hand, one might also interpret this phrase as applying only to cases such as driving through a high-risk area without stopping. This leaves me a little unsure whether I should fill in the form or not.

(I tried going through the form as far as possible without committing – my arrival is still too far in the future – but I’m still unsure.)

As it is impossible for all of us to say what the situation will be in a month’s time: based on today’s information and regulations, would I have to fill in the digital entry registration if I arrive from a non-high-risk area but transit airside in a high-risk area?

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usa – I am traveling to germany

You write that you are 13 and that you have arranged a place. Under German law, your legal guardians have the right and duty to supervise your location in accordance with your age and maturity. They don’t have to watch a 13-year-old every minute, but they do have to know and agree with your plan.

  • As a German citizen, you need no visa. You do need a written permission from your guardians stating your identity, their identity and contact information, a copy of their identity documents, your itinerary and destination, the identity of any adults you’re traveling with.
  • Usually, something like this is arranged with a student exchange program, but that is not strictly necessary. Your guardians could arrange for your stay with other responsible adults.
  • The host family will need to register your residence with the municipal authorities.
  • You will probably be required to go to school. That will follow when you register your residence.

germany – Do German shopping malls offer staffed children playrooms?

In Russia, in many shopping malls, especially the biggest ones, there is a playroom, where parents can leave their children. The children will play there and will be looked after by the playroom staff, allowing the parent to do shopping. Of course this is for a relatively small fee (like €5-10 per hour).

A year ago I was in Germany in Munich, and I saw nothing of that kind; now I am in Berlin and apparently there is nothing like this too. Do such playrooms not exist indeed in Germany, or I just did not happen to find them? If they are really uncommon, is the situation the same in the rest of Europe?

germany – Identify location (and painter) of old painting

I have received this painting from my grandma recently. However, she is unable to identify the location of this painting. Additionally, I am unsure about the name of the painter (lower right corner). I think I know what it is, but I will not add it to prevent priming you guys.
Also, if you have any ideas to where I could post this question too, I am open to suggestions!

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